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Hello, I'm getting ready to build a decent stereo for myself. I am in the military and if I get my extension overseas I don't want to live with this garbage in-a-box system. Being that I will be moving frequently I don't want to get exotic with my equipment as it will probably get damaged or "lost" along the way at some point.

I have pieced the following system together and would like some input as to improvements or things I've missed.


ComponentName
ReceiverMarantz AV7705
AmpMarantz MM8077
SpeakersAperion Novus 5.0 System
TweatersAperion Audio Planar-Magnetic Flat Ribbon Super Tweeter
Speaker WireAmazonBasics 100ft 16-Gauge Audio Stereo Speaker
Banana PlugsMediabridge Banana Plugs
Balanced AudioGLS Audio 6ft Patch Cable Cords
Speaker StandsPangea Audio LS300
DC Trigger CableTNP 3.5mm Mono Cable (3FT) - 12V Trigger
I like Marantz and believe the equipment will be something that lasts, and when it does break will be worth getting the repairs done. I picked Aperion for the speakers because of shipping. I was really looking at some Klipsch speakers but where I am they are ridiculously marked up (add $600 per speaker), and the boxes are too big for the FPO office here. Aperion is willing to directly ship them to me. I was also looking at their Atmos kit but thought I wouldn't get the benefit out of it.


I'll be using this with my Nvidia Shield (2019) [Netflix and Amazon Prime], the local TV service, and gaming computer. I will also use it with bluetooth and Spotify for music listening.


Edit: Proper table

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